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President Mary McAleese (b.1951)

© the artist. Photo credit: Queen's University Belfast

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Carol Graham, best known as a portraitist, studied at Belfast College of Art (1970–1975) and began exhibiting in Belfast in the latter year. One of the leading portrait painters in the north of Ireland, she received her first commission in 1975 and thereafter has painted several well-known figures, including Alun Francis (1981), James Galway (1988) and the President of the Republic of Ireland Mary Robinson (1993).

Queen's University Belfast

Belfast


Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 103 x W 88 cm

Accession number

QUB 237

Acquisition method

purchased

Work type

Painting


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